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Since 2008, TAOSFOLK has been the traditional holiday season “pop-up” store in Taos. A pop-up is a retail store that opens for a very short period to serve the needs of seasonal demand. Cathleen Lambridis is the director of TAOSFOLK, and under … more
The last time Roots & Wires Presents brought Seun Kuti and Egypt 80 to Taos, the Nigerian band drew a crowd of close to 400 people on a Tuesday night in April 2012. The youngest son of Afrobeat founder Fela Kuti, Seun is following in his father’s … more
Mentor Williams, a longtime Taos resident and nationally known singer-songwriter, died at 6:15 a.m. Wednesday (Nov. 16), according to a family source. Williams was best known for writing "Drift Away", a middle-of-the-road playlist classic … more
For 50 years, Bob Cheevers has written songs, more than 3,000 in all, spanning across numerous genres. He started back in the 1960s when he recalls he wrote his first song – a love song about nobody in particular — by imitating what he was … more
In the Catholic tradition, St. Cecilia is the patron saint of music. French composer Charles Gounod completed “Messe Solennelle de Sainte Cécile” (“The Solemn Mass of St. Cecilia”), more commonly known as the “Saint Cecilia Mass” in … more
Our dearly departed are still with us — so it’s only fitting that we honor them with a rocking good time. Taos Mesa Brewing is hosting its annual “Honoring of the Dead” celebration on Friday (Nov. 4). Festivities begin at 7 p.m. and … more
Violinist Laurie Carney is no stranger to Taos, having performed here many times as a member of the world-renowned American String Quartet. Following last year’s concerts by the American String Quartet on the Taos Chamber Music Group’s series, … more
Made from an African calabash gourd, goat or cow skin and fishing line for strings, the kora is a uniquely African instrument traditionally played in Mali, Guinea, Senegal and Gambia. It has 21 strings with a sound similar to a harp. The kora … more
Maybe it’s the reminder of loss in the trees surrendering their leaves; maybe there are forces beyond our comprehension that thin the veil between the living and the deceased at the midpoint between the autumn equinox and winter solstice. However … more
Here’s a rundown of some of the activities planned for Halloween weekend in Taos: Today (Oct. 27) 4-6 p.m. Halloween Open House featuring treats, snacks, tea tasting and mask-making for kids. Taos Food Coop, 314 Paseo del Pueblo Norte, Taos. … more
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